Friday, April 4, 2008

U.S. Senator John McCain will deliver the following remarks as prepared for delivery to the Southern Christian Leadership Conference in Memphis, Tennessee today, Friday, April 4th at 11:00 a.m. CST: Thank you. Alvieda King, Ralph Abernathy Jr., Dr. Montgomery, members of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference: I appreciate your kind invitation, and I am honored to stand with you at this place on this day...

U.S. Senator John McCain today issued the following statement on the jobs report:"This morning's report is a stark reminder of the economic challenges confronting families today. Across this country, many Americans are hurting. It is imperative to restore the economic foundations for America's families and small businesses...

U.S. Senator John McCain today issued the following statement: "Some people lament privately, others are brave enough to take their call for change to the public arena. Martin Luther King III has done his father's legacy proud this week by courageously insisting that our nation's next leader do something about the poverty that ensnares more than 36 million of our citizens...

The McCain Update - April 4, 2008
John McCain was in Memphis today to commemorate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., on the 40th anniversary of Dr. King's assassination. John McCain issued the following statement:"Dr. King stirred the conscience of our nation to ensure that the self-evident truths of human freedom held true for all Americans. The power of his work and vision was not ended forty years ago in Memphis. Across the world...

Obama Remarks on 40th Anniversary of the Assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Prepared remarks provided belowSpeaking in Fort Wayne this morning, Senator Barack Obama commemorated the 40th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King's assassination, calling on Americans to continue King's lifelong pursuit of social and economic justice.

Clinton Campaign Reaction to Michigan Democrats’ Statement
Deputy Communications Director Phil Singer issued the following comment in response to a statement by the Michigan Democrats’ Executive Committee:

Statement of Jay Carson, Clinton Campaign Spokesman
Today Senator Hillary Clinton and President Bill Clinton are releasing their tax returns for the years 2000 through 2006, and are providing information regarding their 2007 taxes as well.The Clintons have now made public thirty years of tax returns

Senator Hillary Clinton Remarks on the 40th Anniversary of Martin Luther King's Death
Thank you all. I am deeply honored to be here today on this very important commemoration and for this significant gathering. I want to thank Bishop Blake for his leadership here at home and around the world, particularly in Africa.

The Clinton campaign in Pennsylvania today announced the creation of the Veterans for Hillary Leadership Committee. The committee, made up of 21 distinguished veterans from the Keystone State, will spearhead the campaign's efforts to reach out to Pennsylvania’s veterans and inform them about Hillary's record of fighting for the men and women

New Clinton Online Drive Allows Supporters to Direct How Their Money is Spent in PA
New program – unveiled at – comes as campaign drew $15 million online in March
The Clinton campaign today announced the launch of MyPA, a new online fundraising drive that enables donors to tell the campaign where they’d like to spend their money in Pennsylvania.

Hillary Clinton on Compensation for Guamanians for World War II Suffering
As a senator, I have supported the Guam World War II Loyalty Recognition Act (H.R 1595), a bill passed by the U.S. House of Representatives. The legislation would implement the recommendations of the Guam War Claims Review Commission regarding claims of residents of Guam injured when the territory was under the military control of Imperial Japan during World War II.

Hillary Clinton Statement On March Jobs Report
Today’s news that unemployment jumped to 5.1% in March and that our economy lost jobs for the third straight month adds to the mounting evidence that our economy is spiraling downward, and that hardworking families are paying the price.

Obama Statement on Unemployment Figures
Senator Barack Obama released the following statement in response to today’s unemployment figures.“Today's job news is the latest indicator of how badly America needs fundamental change

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